What interest for people living with diabetes?
The high concentration of sugar in the blood damages the nerve cells, particularly those of the peripheral nerves. Besides the glycemic compliance, some nutrients can help preventing or slowing down the neuropathic process. For example, vitamins B1, B6 and B12 contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system.
What is it?
NeuBetix is a food supplement containing alpha-lipoic acid and B vitamins, including folic acid.
The synergy between these components act against the oxidation processes in case of the neuropathy, ensuring a smooth functioning of the nervous system.
How to use it?
We recommend taking one capsule a day.
Box of 30 capsules
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